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Storing GrillGrates When Not In Use

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  • jgreen
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    For the set I use on my pellet grill, I usually take inside and wash before storing. After a number of cooks thy seem fairly well seasoned. I have not found they need a lot of oil, but if they do, I brush some on before cooking.

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  • zzdocxx
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    Yes the critters, including flies which seem to be interested in them.

    What type of cooker are you using ?

  • zzdocxx
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    Dog, the reason I got them is that the Traeger smoker grills, they don't get super hot. I would love to do as you suggest but as you see there is a dilemma.

    What type of cooker are you using ?
    Last edited by zzdocxx; August 16, 2020, 07:42 PM.

  • Rob Johnston
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    I just turn up the temp at the end of my cook to burn off any grease. Once they cool down I store them in a bucket in the garage that I lug to and from the grill. I don't leave them on my grill as I live in a wooded area and too many critters like to eat what is left on them and then leave droppings letting me know that they were there.

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  • surfdog
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    Can you just get them super hot and burn off the oil/grease and then simply store them dry?

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  • zzdocxx
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    Storing GrillGrates When Not In Use

    How/Where To Store GrillGrates When Not In Use

    I'm following the manufacturer's recommendation to just brush/scrape them and not wash them.

    Trouble is, they stay a bit greasy/oily. I sprayed a little avocado oil on them when I cooked fish the other day.

    After brushing and a little wiping, I have been putting them in a paper Trader Joe's bag. I put that bag in another TJs bag today since the first one was getting a bit oily itself.

    I'm not using them for every cook, so I don't want them on my grill all the time. Also want them off when I am cleaning the regular grates, vacuuming out ash, etc.

    Any suggestions about keeping GrillGrates so they won't be so messy ?

    Thanks!

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